Sports: Monday, October 15, 2018
15 October 2018 Sports
High School Football Recap, ‘Skins Hold On, SU Routed At Home By RMC
Here are the high school football results from the weekend:
Warren County was blanked by Culpeper 19-0
Clarke nipped Strasburg 26-23
Millbrook outscored James Wood 60-32
Sherando outlasted Kettle Run 27-14
Handley fell to Liberty 20-7 on Saturday
RMA had to forfeit their game Saturday against Blue Ridge
The Shenandoah University Hornets fell to Randolph Macon Saturday 45-14. The Yellow Jackets scored the first 45 points of the contest, including 21 points on 3 Hornet turnovers. SU quarterback Hayden Bauserman threw for 289 yards, but was picked off twice, as the Hornets fell to 3-3 overall and 1-2 in the ODAC. Next up for Shenandoah, a trip to Emory & Henry Saturday. Air time 12:30 on The River 95-3.
Over the weekend in major college football:
UVA upset Miami 16-13
Virginia Tech beat UNC 22-19
WVU fell from the AP Top 10 with a 30-14 loss at Iowa State
JMU shut out Villanova 37-0
The Washington Redskins hung on to beat the Carolina Panthers yesterday 23-17 at Fed-Ex Field. The ‘Skins jumped out to a 17-0 lead and had to hold off a late Panther’s rally, as they improve to 3-2 on the season, good for first place in the NFC East. Adrian Peterson ran for 97 yards and Alex Smith threw 2 coring passes for Washington.
The Ravens blanked Tennessee 21-0
Dallas routed Jacksonville 40-7
and New England knocked off Kansas City in the Sunday Night game 43-40.
Tonight it’s Green Bay-San Francisco on Monday Night Football.
In the MLB Playoffs, Boston beat Houston 7-5 to even the ALCS at 1-1.
Tonight it’s Milwaukee at LA in the NLCS. That series is tied 1-1.
And, Aric Almirola won the NASCAR Cup race at Talladega yesterday, after teammate Kurt Busch ran out of gas on the last lap. Almirola now gets an automatic berth into the third round of the playoffs.
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